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Saturday, October 22, 2016

True Neapolitan Pizza at Cane Rosso

This edition of my food blog features a review I wrote for a content site called Blasting News. Thus, it does not follow my usual format. I am inserting as much of the usual format here as possible and linking to the review.

Dallas Neapolitan Pizza Chain Comes to Houston and Serves Outstanding Food

Address: 1835 N. Shepherd Drive, Houston, Texas 77008
Website: Cane Rosso
Bus Routes: 26 Long Point/Cavalcade and 27 Shepherd
Vegetarian? Considerate. Most of their pizzas contain meat, but there are four vegetarian pizzas and salads available.

How did Cane Rosso get started?

When Cane Rosso founder Jay Jerrier traveled to Italy on his honeymoon, he fell in love with Neapolitan #Pizza. Jerrier, however, took his love one step further and learned how to make Neapolitan pizza himself, training in a 60-hour course with the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (AVPN) in Italy under master pizza chefs (pizzaioli). He started with a mobile wood-burning oven in 2009 and opened his first restaurant in Dallas’ Deep Ellum district in 2011. There are now five Cane Rosso restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The first #Houston restaurant is located on N. Shepherd Drive, and another will open later this year (2016) on Yoakum Boulevard. Read more...